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Reference numberEC/1906/03
Previous numbersCert XII, 220
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TitleBlackman, Frederick Frost: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationFellow of St John's College, Cambridge. Ex-Lecturer and now Reader in Botany in the University. Has made distinguished investigations in physiology of plants, of which the following may be mentioned: Experimental Researches on Vegetable Assimilation and Respiration, viz: - 'On a New Method for investigating the Carbonic Acid Exchanges of Plants' (Phil Trans, 1895); 'On the Paths of Gaseous Exchange between Aerial Leaves and the Atmosphere' (ibid, 1895); by his pupil, Miss Mattaei, 'On the Effect of Temperature on Carbon-Dioxide Assimilation' (ibid); 'A Quantitative Study of Carbon-Dioxide Assimilation and Leaf-Temperature in Natural Illumination' (Proc Roy Soc, 1905, with Miss Matthaei); 'Optima and Limiting Factors' (Ann of Bot, 1905); 'On the Reaction of Leaves to Traumatic Stimulation' (ibid, 1901); and other papers.
ProposersH M Ward; William T Thiselton-Dyer; I B Balfour; D H Scott; H T Brown; J B Farmer; A C Seward; W Gardiner; W Bateson
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Blackman, Frederick Frost: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA1221Blackman; Frederick Frost (1866 - 1947)1866 - 1947
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